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We're delighted to announce that Sue Perkins will host the upcoming 2022 Into Film Awards. The much-loved TV presenter, writer, actor and comedian will join us at London's famous ODEON Luxe Leicester Square to present the ceremony, alongside a prestigious line-up of film industry talent who will be on hand to reveal the winners and dish out the awards.
We're delighted to have Perkins on board to host this year's ceremony, and we know her quick-fire, self-deprecating comedy will be a perfect fit to entertain an audience filled with some of the most passionate young filmmakers and film fans in the UK, as well as inspiring educators and incredible Into Film Clubs. Perkins follows David Walliams, Edith Bowman and Radzi Chinyanganya, who have each hosted the Into Film Awards in previous years.
Check out this year's incredible Into Film Awards nominees below, and be sure to vote in the Audience Choice Award, which is running via Twitter until midday on Wednesday 22 June.
Sue Perkins is an accomplished presenter, writer, actor, director and comedian. Together with her presenting partner, Mel Giedroyc, Sue first entertained the nation in 1997 on the popular Light Lunch, which ran for five series before transferring to an evening slot titled Late Lunch. With their fresh and unstuffy style, they jumped, yelled and gurned their way through hours of television, marking the start of a double act that has lasted over 25 years, including the seven series of The Great British Bake Off (2010-2016).
Sue co-presented the Supersizers (2007-2011), alongside Giles Coren. The hugely popular show spawned a cultish devotion from fans and several spin-offs, all which involved dressing up in historically accurate costumes and eating (and drinking) their way through the cuisine of different eras. Never one to turn down a challenge, in 2008 Sue took part in Maestro, a BBC programme where "famous amateurs with a passion for classical music" competed for the chance to conduct the BBC Concert Orchestra at the 2008 Proms in the Park. Sue won the competition and has since conducted several charity concerts including the world's biggest kazoo ensemble at the Royal Albert Hall.
Sue hosted four series of Insert Name Here on BBC2 (2016-19) and The Greatest Snowman for Channel 4. She has appeared on many comedy panel shows, including Comedy Game Night, QI, Have I Got News for You and The Last Leg. On the radio, she can be heard on BBC Radio 4's staple comedies The News Quiz, as well as hosting four series of Dilemma. As a big fan of Game of Thrones, Sue has presented the final four series of its companion show Thronecast (2015-2019) for Sky.
Sue has several successful travelogues under her belt including Sue Perkins: Big American Road Trip, Sue Perkins: Along the US-Mexico Border, Japan with Sue Perkins, The Ganges with Sue Perkins, The Mekong River with Sue Perkins and Kolkata with Sue Perkins. Her documentary Sue Perkins and the Chimp Sanctuary was nominated for a Grierson Award in 2018.
Sue's love of the natural world brought her to narrate the Audible podcast series Earpedia: Animals/Plants as well as hosting BBC Radio 4's Nature Table. In 2017 her witty and warm presenting style won her the prestigious gig of hosting the BAFTA Television Awards, which she returned to host in 2018.
Sue's series of twenty podcasts: An Hour or So With… reached #1 on the iTunes podcast chart soon after its release, and these intimate and informal audio specials include conversations with Mary Berry, Stewart Lee, Emma Thompson and John Lloyd.
Sue hosts BBC Radio 4's long-running iconic comedy panel show Just a Minute. She received an incredible reception after she followed in the footsteps of the late Nicholas Parsons. The Telegraph gave Sue a five-star review, stating that "the comedy game is in safe hands".
Over the course of her career, Sue has proven to be a highly talented writer, with writing credits including the beloved BBC comedy series Absolutely Fabulous and an episode of the influential Banana in 2014 (E4/More 4). Sue also has written and directed Urban Myth: When Joan Kissed Barbra for Sky about Joan Rivers and Barbra Streisand. The short film featured Jessica Barden and Katherine Ryan and received rave reviews, including ★★★★ from The Times.
In 2015, her memoir Spectacles garnered great reviews and reached the coveted number one spot in The Sunday Times paperback non-fiction chart. In 2017 she toured with her stand-up show based on the book, performing to sell-out audiences across the UK. Her second memoir East of Croydon was released in 2018, detailing her travels across South-East Asia alongside tales of her growing up in South London.
Sue wrote and starred in Heading Out, a sitcom for BBC2 about a veterinarian who struggles to come out to her parents with hilarious consequences. Sue starred in two series of Sky's sitcom Hitmen, in which she and Mel play two best friends who also happen to be inept killers.
Sue featured in the feature film Last Christmas, directed by the wonderful Paul Feig and the film adaptation of the best-selling book How to Build a Girl.
We're incredibly excited and proud to announce the nominees for the 2022 Into Film Awards. Watch the incredible nominated films today.
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